Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle have hit the ground running since its first album in 2015. Their two previous Rural Rhythm Records albums have produced multiple hit #1 radio charted songs, including Leaving CrazyTown, Aim High, Not Now, and critically acclaimed album reviews.
Produced by Steve Gulley, Time Won’t Wait, to be released on 20th October, is the group’s third album and features the up-tempo hard drivin’ single Drowned In Sorrow written by Steve Gulley and Tim Stafford. Gulley wrote or co-wrote 5 of the songs including the first single, and the title cut, Time Won’t Wait, which was co-written with his chief writing partner, Tim Stafford of Blue Highway. Other key songs include the poignant ballad, The Road Back To You, written by Grammy award winner, Carl Jackson and the straight-ahead, road song, I’m Alright, written by Jon Weisberger and Swedish musician / songwriter Christoffer Olsson. Gulley revisits his traditional country roots with his version of the Ronnie Milsap classic, I Can Almost See Houston From Here. Also included is an amazing break – neck paced instrumental, G-Force, written by New Pinnacle mandolin player Gary Robinson, Jr.
This is our third recording project as a band and I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out. I think the songs complement each other perfectly and, in turn, show the diversity and maturity of the band itself. I feel this album shows how much we’ve grown as a group while still staying true to the things that help define our sound – emotion, drive and intensity. I can’t wait for everyone to hear this new collection of music – Steve Gulley.
Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle include Steve Gulley on guitar and vocals, Bryan Turner on bass and vocals, Gary Robinson, Jr. on mandolin, Matthew Cruby on banjo and vocals and special guest Tim Crouch on fiddle.
Time Won’t Wait builds on the band’s heritage of strong roots in Bluegrass and Mountain Gospel music and at the same time provides a new and fresh sound that further accents the Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle signature sound.
Track List for Time Won’t Wait:
|1. Drowned In Sorrow (Tim Stafford, Steve Gulley)
2. Time Won’t Wait (Steve Gulley, Tim Stafford)
3. You’ll Cry For Me (Steve Gulley)
4. The Road Back To You (Carl Jackson)
5 .I’m Alright (Christoffer Olsson, Jon Weisberger)
6. I Can Almost See Houston From Here (Ray Willis)
|7. Congratulations Anyway (Jesse McReynolds, Jim McReynolds)
8. You Can’t Help Who You Love (Steve Gulley, Tim Stafford)
9 .Leaving Sounds Pretty Good To Me (Steve Gulley, Tim Stafford)
10. G – Force (Gary Robinson, Jr.)
11. Safe In His Arms (Gene Johnson, Val Johnson)
12. Hold Your Horses (Carl Jackson, Pam Gadd)
Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle are currently on tour. For more information go to Stevegulley.com.
TIME WON’T WAIT is exclusively distributed by the Orchard and will be available on iTunes, Amazon and where ever Bluegrass music is sold. D.J.’s can download the album on AirPlay Direct.
About Steve Gulley:
The Gulley family name enjoys a rich musical heritage that reaches across generations with strong roots in Bluegrass and Mountain Gospel music. It starts with long time radio personality Don Gulley who was a founding member of the Bluegrass group the Pinnacle Mountain Boys. Don’s son, Steve Gulley, has carried on the family tradition performing for many years with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, as a founding member of Bluegrass super groups Mountain Heart and Grasstowne, as a regular featured performer at Renfro Valley and with Steve’s longtime friend and colleague Dale Ann Bradley.
Rural Rhythm Records and Steve Gulley have enjoyed a long and successful friendship and business relationship for many years yielding three Steve Gulley solo albums and eight Steve Gulley artist produced albums since 2010 beginning with the release of Dogwood Winter by Steve Gulley and Tim Stafford.
Over the past seven years this successful partnership has enjoyed many hit singles from a variety of exciting album projects including two Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle albums Steve Gulley and New Pinnacle and Aim High; Steve Gulley solo gospel album Family, Friends and Fellowship.